Tuesday, August 29, 2023

‘Scorn’ Comes to the PlayStation 5 This October; Physical Deluxe Edition Pre-orders Now Available [Trailer]

Announced back in June to be coming to PlayStation 5, Ebb Software’s Scorn will join the already-stuffed October lineup of games vying for player attention. The first-person atmospheric title will launch on October 3, with an exclusive physical Deluxe Edition available for both the PS5 and Xbox Series.

According to Ebb Software game director Ljubomir Peklar, the developers have taken full advantage of the DualSense capabilities available on the PlayStation 5 to heighten the level of immersion of Scorn. “From the haptic feedback of the controller which varies depending on the in-game sound and intensity of the situation to the adaptive triggers which make every tool and weapon feel unique. The introduction of these features take Scorn‘s horrors to a whole new level, gripping players in an entirely fresh way.”

As for that physical Deluxe Edition of Scorn, it will be available courtesy of Maximum Games. Pre-orders are now available via Amazon, and includes a limited edition SteelBook, official digital soundtrack, and a 192-page digital artbook.

Inspired by the visuals of H.R. Giger and Zdzisław Beksiński, Scorn invites players into a macabre hellscape. Left with no assistance, players must learn to deal with the horrors that call this dilapidated world their home by using their arsenal of biomechanical weapons to scrape through unscathed. Tasked with navigating a desolate and interconnected bio-labyrinth, the only way for players to make it through is by learning the rules of this nightmarish place and manipulating the cruel machinery left there. By piecing together these secrets and using the organic tools available to you, surviving this world may just be possible.

Scorn is currently available on the Xbox Series, the PC via Steam, and the Epic Games Store.

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